Bravo renews Kathy Griffin’s “D-List”

Chris Azzopardi
By | 2018-01-15T21:31:46-04:00 December 7th, 2006|Entertainment|

Losing the Emmy this year didn’t discourage Bravo from renewing “Kathy Griffin: My Life On The D-List” for a third season.
In fact, promoting herself as a washed up celeb has been more of a blessing than a curse, even if she still gets mistaken as Kathie Lee Gifford.
“When you’re on the D-list that just happens constantly,” Griffin told Between The Lines in October.
The unscripted series will air six episodes of the no-holds barred, one-hour series in 2007, announced Frances Berwick, executive vice president of programming and production for Bravo.
“Kathy’s unique style of comedy is brilliantly showcased with this series, and the new season will continue to show her D-List life in hilarious Technicolor, and her daily struggle to move up the celebrity food chain,” Berwick said.
Life still holds its indignities for the talented comic and in the new season viewers will relish in fantastic new D-list adventures. Her career is on a roll and she’s in better form than ever, which only serves up more challenges for the dog-tired Griffin, who must show more fortitude than ever to stay at the top of her game.
Returning this season are some of Griffin’s “peeps” including her assistant, Jessica, and her loveably wacky parents, John and Maggie Griffin. Look for a new motley crew of personalities to pop in on Kathy’s hectic life in the new season. Perhaps a few gays?
“I love ’em,” Griffin told BTL.

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Chris Azzopardi
As editor of Q Syndicate, the international LGBTQ wire service, Chris Azzopardi has interviewed a multitude of superstars, including Cher, Meryl Streep, Mariah Carey and Beyoncé. His work has also appeared in GQ, Vanity Fair and Billboard. Reach him via Twitter @chrisazzopardi.